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Description of each Teen Workshop & Young Master themes below.

Young Masters Summer Day Camp

Entering grades 1–6 • Camps run Monday – Friday with an art show the last 15 mins on Fridays
Full Day  9:30-3:30 – $195
1/2 Day AM – 9:30-noon  or  PM 1:00-3:30 – $110

Natural Wonders June 12–16
Transforming the wonders of the natural world into the art we create.

Be an Apprentice June 19–23
Use a variety of media to make functional or abstract projects.

Art in Motion July 10–14
Explore ways to create movement in your art.

Be an Apprentice 2 July 24–28
Make traditional and modern craft objects with a variety of media.

Recyclart July 31–August 4
Discover ways to upcycle used or found objects into amazing works of art.

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Teen Summer Workshops

Entering Grades 6–12 • $65 • each workshop 2-1/2 hrs

Session 1: June 5–7 • AM workshops • 9:30-noon
Denim Do-over
Join the trend in re-styling clothing with the help of educator and sewer, Jamie Hevener! Redesign a pair of your jeans using a variety of techniques and materials. Then learn how to up-cycle an old pair of jeans creating a unique bag or purse. Two pairs of jeans are needed for these projects, and extra denim will be available too.

Paper Arts
Artist and educator Jennie Cross will take students on a journey of the paper arts by first making handmade paper. They’ll then create a design and use basic printmaking skills to transfer it to the paper and bring it all together into a unique personalized book.

PM Workshops – 1:00-3:30
Furniture Re-Do

Here’s the opportunity to transform a boring, tired chair, stool, small table, etc. into a unique, usable piece of art. Teens will be guided by artist John Barr, learning basic design and decorative techniques to create a one-of-a-kind piece. Bring your own small piece of wood furniture or contact us, as we’ve had a few wooden chairs and folding chairs donated.

Felting 101
Educator and artist Nan Hadley will help students discover the transformational techniques of felting. Dyed wool roving will be felted into vessels to hold precious items and to create a new way to appreciate special light. Wet and needle felting will be explored to create unique embellishments.


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Session 2: June 26–28 • AM workshops • 9:30-noon
Needle Works
Cindy Campbell, a member of the Mid-Ohio Knitters Guild, will share her passion for knitting and crocheting to help students create fun simple shapes that will be made into pouches, cute critters, scarves and more.


3-D Mashup
Educator and artist Rodney Reese is back again this summer inspiring young artists to create 3D sculptures. Maybe you have a favorite gaming figure or super hero you’d like to create. Combine polymer, metal, glass and other media into an imaginative personality.


Artist Douglas Polczynski shares his years of leather working skills in teaching this age-old craft. Students will learn the basics in cutting, stamping, stitching and dyeing as they transform leather into a tech case and a personalized wrist cuff.


On the Loom
Discover the fun of freestyle Japanese Saori weaving on a table loom, borrowed from the Central Ohio Weavers Guild.  Educator and artist Nan Hadley will guide young weavers in the creation of one of many possibilities; a scarf, wall hanging, bag or more!


If you have any questions contact or call 614-486-4402

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